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Thomas Etcheverria
Hi,
I'm trying to make a package for Archlinux but I have one issue.

All files are in /usr/share/drgeo2, and when I launch it as normal user, an error occures.

Got startup errors:
    PrimitiveFailed: primitive #createDirectory: in UnixStore failed
That's because I didn't create MySketches and MyExports in /usr/share/drgeo2.

Is there anyway these files can be created in user home directory ?

Thanks for reading.
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Hilaire Fernandes
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Hi Thomas,

Thanks you for your interest for Dr. Geo.

The problem comes from DrGeo trying to create user folder in /usr/share/drgeo2.

There are a couple of files with a required RW access to fully exploit the DrGeo capability.
The architecture directory you mentioned is a good idea, in that case DrGeo just need a dedicated startup script whose main action will be to:

- ensure for a 'MyDrGeo' user folder with the following files copied (need of RW access)*, others files (ReadOnly) can be linked to the /usr/share/drgeo2:

Contents/Resources/
├── drgeo.changes*
├── drgeo.image*
├── locale
├── PharoV20.sources
├── UnDotum.ttf
└── wqy-microhei.ttc
MySketches
examples*
MyExports
splash.bmp*


This is a rought idea, that may need some refinement.
I hope it does not need change in DrGeo code (drgeo.image). In that case it can be done for later release.

I copied this content in the bug tracker, and I suggest you comment there during your find out to mention the issue I may need to be aware of.
https://bugs.launchpad.net/drgeo/+bug/1371273

Thanks

Hilaire



Le 18/09/2014 12:35, Thomas Etcheverria [via Dr. Geo Forum] a écrit :
Hi,
I'm trying to make a package for Archlinux but I have one issue.

All files are in /usr/share/drgeo2, and when I launch it as normal user, an error occures.

Got startup errors:
    PrimitiveFailed: primitive #createDirectory: in UnixStore failed
That's because I didn't create MySketches and MyExports in /usr/share/drgeo2.

Is there anyway these files can be created in user home directory ?

Thanks for reading.


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Re: Unix permission

tetcheve@gmail.com
The fact is that there was no issue with previous version doing my kind of install.

As a package, I can't install drgeo.image inside another directory than one where there isn't RW access.

Didn't you mistaken with * on you previous post ? It seems that My* folder need to be created, so RW is needed for these…

Talking about a rough init script, how do you think I can do that ? At the moment, I tried :

- add a " cd /tmp" at the begining of the DrGeo.sh script ;
- find an option for pharo to change working directory.
But none of these worked for me…

To finish, it seems that it's drgeo which tried to create folders where image file is, so it sounds like drgeo.image need a fix…

PS : depending on your answer, I'll push an update on the bugtracker.
PPS : sorry for my poor English I'm french.
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Le 18/09/2014 22:39, Thomas Etcheverria [via Dr. Geo Forum] a écrit :
The fact is that there was no issue with previous version doing my kind of install.

As a package, I can't install drgeo.image inside another directory than one where there isn't RW access.

Yes I know. But you can write a small bash script included in your package to start DrGeo, this script will do two things:
- ensure the existence of (and if necessary create)  ~/MyDrGeo/ with directories structure I described earlier. All the needed folder and .image .changed will be located as readonly in your package hierarchy, but copied by the startup script in ~/MyFolder/
- start Dr.Geo, with the VM (in the Read only archive) against the DrGeo image in the MyDrGeo/.


Didn't you mistaken with * on you previous post ? It seems that My* folder need to be created, so RW is needed for these…
Yes, My* need to be created and examples can symlinked.



Talking about a rough init script, how do you think I can do that ? At the moment, I tried :

- add a " cd /tmp" at the begining of the DrGeo.sh script ;
- find an option for pharo to change working directory.
But none of these worked for me…


To finish, it seems that it's drgeo which tried to create folders where image file is, so it sounds like drgeo.image need a fix…

It is more a design feature than anything else, DrGeo package is kind of self suffisant in a RW directory.


Hilaire



PS : depending on your answer, I'll push an update on the bugtracker.
PPS : sorry for my poor English I'm french.


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tetcheve@gmail.com
After talking with some guys on Archlinux forums, it appears that :

- creating drgeo group
- give drgeo group RW permissions on files needed
- add user to drgeo group

works fine.

So don't worry no changes are needed in DrGeo ;-) I'll just adapt my package.

Thank you for these quick answers.

2014-09-19 20:48 GMT+02:00 Hilaire Fernandes [via Dr. Geo Forum] <[hidden email]>:
Le 18/09/2014 22:39, Thomas Etcheverria [via Dr. Geo Forum] a écrit :
The fact is that there was no issue with previous version doing my kind of install.

As a package, I can't install drgeo.image inside another directory than one where there isn't RW access.

Yes I know. But you can write a small bash script included in your package to start DrGeo, this script will do two things:
- ensure the existence of (and if necessary create)  ~/MyDrGeo/ with directories structure I described earlier. All the needed folder and .image .changed will be located as readonly in your package hierarchy, but copied by the startup script in ~/MyFolder/
- start Dr.Geo, with the VM (in the Read only archive) against the DrGeo image in the MyDrGeo/.


Didn't you mistaken with * on you previous post ? It seems that My* folder need to be created, so RW is needed for these…
Yes, My* need to be created and examples can symlinked.



Talking about a rough init script, how do you think I can do that ? At the moment, I tried :

- add a " cd /tmp" at the begining of the DrGeo.sh script ;
- find an option for pharo to change working directory.
But none of these worked for me…


To finish, it seems that it's drgeo which tried to create folders where image file is, so it sounds like drgeo.image need a fix…

It is more a design feature than anything else, DrGeo package is kind of self suffisant in a RW directory.


Hilaire



PS : depending on your answer, I'll push an update on the bugtracker.
PPS : sorry for my poor English I'm french.


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Hilaire Fernandes
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Hello Thomas,

The group solution could work, but it may not give full power for Dr.Geo.
The .image and .changes files can be very personnal to the DrGeo user, because of this unique feature modify-me-ready.
It mean, an user can edit some script or even internal of DrGeo from DrGeo, in that case the changes are recorded in the .changes file. If the user want to make his edit if DrGeo permanent , it can save the session (DrGeo world menu>Tools>Save session), in that case the whole .image file is saved, and become personnal to the user.

So there is some limit to how it is compatible with a group policy.

The group policy will be fine as long as no changes are recorded in the .changes file nor save session is used.

Thanks

Hilaire

Le 20/09/2014 10:47, Thomas Etcheverria [via Dr. Geo Forum] a écrit :
After talking with some guys on Archlinux forums, it appears that :

- creating drgeo group
- give drgeo group RW permissions on files needed
- add user to drgeo group

works fine.

So don't worry no changes are needed in DrGeo ;-) I'll just adapt my package.

Thank you for these quick answers.

2014-09-19 20:48 GMT+02:00 Hilaire Fernandes [via Dr. Geo Forum] <[hidden email]>:
Le 18/09/2014 22:39, Thomas Etcheverria [via Dr. Geo Forum] a écrit :
The fact is that there was no issue with previous version doing my kind of install.

As a package, I can't install drgeo.image inside another directory than one where there isn't RW access.

Yes I know. But you can write a small bash script included in your package to start DrGeo, this script will do two things:
- ensure the existence of (and if necessary create)  ~/MyDrGeo/ with directories structure I described earlier. All the needed folder and .image .changed will be located as readonly in your package hierarchy, but copied by the startup script in ~/MyFolder/
- start Dr.Geo, with the VM (in the Read only archive) against the DrGeo image in the MyDrGeo/.


Didn't you mistaken with * on you previous post ? It seems that My* folder need to be created, so RW is needed for these…
Yes, My* need to be created and examples can symlinked.



Talking about a rough init script, how do you think I can do that ? At the moment, I tried :

- add a " cd /tmp" at the begining of the DrGeo.sh script ;
- find an option for pharo to change working directory.
But none of these worked for me…


To finish, it seems that it's drgeo which tried to create folders where image file is, so it sounds like drgeo.image need a fix…

It is more a design feature than anything else, DrGeo package is kind of self suffisant in a RW directory.


Hilaire



PS : depending on your answer, I'll push an update on the bugtracker.
PPS : sorry for my poor English I'm french.


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Hliaire Fernandes
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I am curious, have you made any progress?

Hilaire
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tetcheve@gmail.com
I haven't time to dig into this. I'll post any updates as soon as I can.

2014-09-28 19:16 GMT+02:00 Hliaire Fernandes [via Dr. Geo Forum] <[hidden email]>:
I am curious, have you made any progress?

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Hi, After some talk on forums.archlinux.fr, I just finished the script which will be used in my aur package.

I past it here and give a pastebin link to help.
http://pastebin.com/07BcDwZ8

The script :
=========

#!/bin/sh

DIR_LOCAL="$HOME/.drgeo"
DIR_SHARE="/usr/share/drgeo2"

# usage function
usage (){
    cat <<EOF
usage $0 options :

This script run drgeo2 after copying all needed files in \$HOME/.drgeo

OPTIONS :

-h : print this help
-c : remove all files in your $HOME/.drgeo directory
-f : do a clean start (same as a --clear start and a second one)
-p : launch drgeo2 with a new image file, change won't be saved

EOF
}

# launching function
launch (){
    cd "$DIR_LOCAL"
    VM="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux"
    RESOURCES="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Resources"
    image="$RESOURCES/drgeo.image"
    # icon (note: gvfs-set-attribute is found in gvfs-bin on Ubuntu
    # systems and it seems to require an absolute filename)
    gvfs-set-attribute \
    "$0" \
    "metadata::custom-icon" \
    "file://$RESOURCES/drgeo.png" \
    2> /dev/null  
   
    # execute
    "$VM/pharo" \
    --plugins "$VM" \
    --encoding utf-8 \
    -vm-display-X11 \
        -title "Dr. Geo" \
        "$image"  
}

pre-launch () {
    DIR_SHARE_RC="$DIR_SHARE/Contents/Resources"
    DIR_LOCAL_RC="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Resources"

    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/MyExports"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/MySketches"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL_RC"
   
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.image" ]   || cp "$DIR_SHARE_RC/drgeo.image"   "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.image"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.changes" ] || cp "$DIR_SHARE_RC/drgeo.changes" "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.changes"
   
    pushd "$DIR_SHARE_RC"
    for file in ./*; do
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/$file" ] || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE_RC/$file" "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/$file"
    done
    popd
   
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/splash.bmp" ]     || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/splash.bmp"     "$DIR_LOCAL/splash.bmp"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux" ] || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/Contents/Linux" "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/locale" ]         || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/locale"         "$DIR_LOCAL/locale"
}

cleanup() {
    read -p "Do you really want to remove your $DIR_LOCAL directory ? (y/N)" -n 1 -r
    if [[ $REPLY =~ ^[Yy]$ ]]; then
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
    else
        exit 1
    fi
}

if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
    pre-launch
    launch
fi

while getopts "hcfp" opt;
do
    case "$opt" in
    h)
        usage
        exit 0
        ;;
    c)
        cleanup
        exit 0
        ;;
    f)
        cleanup
        pre-launch
        launch
        ;;
    p)
        DIR_LOCAL="/tmp/.drgeo"
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
        pre-launch
        launch
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
        ;;
    esac
done

========

2014-09-29 10:22 GMT+02:00 Thomas Etcheverria <[hidden email]>:
I haven't time to dig into this. I'll post any updates as soon as I can.

2014-09-28 19:16 GMT+02:00 Hliaire Fernandes [via Dr. Geo Forum] <[hidden email]>:

I am curious, have you made any progress?

Hilaire


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Hilaire Fernandes
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Thanks to share Thomas,

It could be a very useful script to build DrGeo package for other GNU/Linux distributions.

Hilaire

Le 08/10/2014 16:40, Thomas Etcheverria [via Dr. Geo Forum] a écrit :
Hi, After some talk on forums.archlinux.fr, I just finished the script which will be used in my aur package.

I past it here and give a pastebin link to help.
http://pastebin.com/07BcDwZ8

The script :
=========

#!/bin/sh

DIR_LOCAL="$HOME/.drgeo"
DIR_SHARE="/usr/share/drgeo2"

# usage function
usage (){
    cat <<EOF
usage $0 options :

This script run drgeo2 after copying all needed files in \$HOME/.drgeo

OPTIONS :

-h : print this help
-c : remove all files in your $HOME/.drgeo directory
-f : do a clean start (same as a --clear start and a second one)
-p : launch drgeo2 with a new image file, change won't be saved

EOF
}

# launching function
launch (){
    cd "$DIR_LOCAL"
    VM="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux"
    RESOURCES="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Resources"
    image="$RESOURCES/drgeo.image"
    # icon (note: gvfs-set-attribute is found in gvfs-bin on Ubuntu
    # systems and it seems to require an absolute filename)
    gvfs-set-attribute \
    "$0" \
    "metadata::custom-icon" \
    "file://$RESOURCES/drgeo.png" \
    2> /dev/null  
   
    # execute
    "$VM/pharo" \
    --plugins "$VM" \
    --encoding utf-8 \
    -vm-display-X11 \
        -title "Dr. Geo" \
        "$image"  
}

pre-launch () {
    DIR_SHARE_RC="$DIR_SHARE/Contents/Resources"
    DIR_LOCAL_RC="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Resources"

    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/MyExports"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/MySketches"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL_RC"
   
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.image" ]   || cp "$DIR_SHARE_RC/drgeo.image"   "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.image"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.changes" ] || cp "$DIR_SHARE_RC/drgeo.changes" "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.changes"
   
    pushd "$DIR_SHARE_RC"
    for file in ./*; do
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/$file" ] || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE_RC/$file" "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/$file"
    done
    popd
   
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/splash.bmp" ]     || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/splash.bmp"     "$DIR_LOCAL/splash.bmp"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux" ] || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/Contents/Linux" "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/locale" ]         || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/locale"         "$DIR_LOCAL/locale"
}

cleanup() {
    read -p "Do you really want to remove your $DIR_LOCAL directory ? (y/N)" -n 1 -r
    if [[ $REPLY =~ ^[Yy]$ ]]; then
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
    else
        exit 1
    fi
}

if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
    pre-launch
    launch
fi

while getopts "hcfp" opt;
do
    case "$opt" in
    h)
        usage
        exit 0
        ;;
    c)
        cleanup
        exit 0
        ;;
    f)
        cleanup
        pre-launch
        launch
        ;;
    p)
        DIR_LOCAL="/tmp/.drgeo"
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
        pre-launch
        launch
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
        ;;
    esac
done

========

2014-09-29 10:22 GMT+02:00 Thomas Etcheverria <[hidden email]>:
I haven't time to dig into this. I'll post any updates as soon as I can.

2014-09-28 19:16 GMT+02:00 Hliaire Fernandes [via Dr. Geo Forum] <[hidden email]>:

I am curious, have you made any progress?

Hilaire


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tetcheve@gmail.com
I just uploaded my package and I found a little trick in my file.
All -f test must become -e test, and /bin/sh become /bin/bash.

You can find it at https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/drgeo2/ if needed.

2014-10-08 17:29 GMT+02:00 Hilaire Fernandes [via Dr. Geo Forum] <[hidden email]>:
Thanks to share Thomas,

It could be a very useful script to build DrGeo package for other GNU/Linux distributions.

Hilaire

Le 08/10/2014 16:40, Thomas Etcheverria [via Dr. Geo Forum] a écrit :
Hi, After some talk on forums.archlinux.fr, I just finished the script which will be used in my aur package.

I past it here and give a pastebin link to help.
http://pastebin.com/07BcDwZ8

The script :
=========

#!/bin/sh

DIR_LOCAL="$HOME/.drgeo"
DIR_SHARE="/usr/share/drgeo2"

# usage function
usage (){
    cat <<EOF
usage $0 options :

This script run drgeo2 after copying all needed files in \$HOME/.drgeo

OPTIONS :

-h : print this help
-c : remove all files in your $HOME/.drgeo directory
-f : do a clean start (same as a --clear start and a second one)
-p : launch drgeo2 with a new image file, change won't be saved

EOF
}

# launching function
launch (){
    cd "$DIR_LOCAL"
    VM="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux"
    RESOURCES="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Resources"
    image="$RESOURCES/drgeo.image"
    # icon (note: gvfs-set-attribute is found in gvfs-bin on Ubuntu
    # systems and it seems to require an absolute filename)
    gvfs-set-attribute \
    "$0" \
    "metadata::custom-icon" \
    "file://$RESOURCES/drgeo.png" \
    2> /dev/null  
   
    # execute
    "$VM/pharo" \
    --plugins "$VM" \
    --encoding utf-8 \
    -vm-display-X11 \
        -title "Dr. Geo" \
        "$image"  
}

pre-launch () {
    DIR_SHARE_RC="$DIR_SHARE/Contents/Resources"
    DIR_LOCAL_RC="$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Resources"

    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/MyExports"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL/MySketches"
    mkdir -p "$DIR_LOCAL_RC"
   
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.image" ]   || cp "$DIR_SHARE_RC/drgeo.image"   "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.image"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.changes" ] || cp "$DIR_SHARE_RC/drgeo.changes" "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/drgeo.changes"
   
    pushd "$DIR_SHARE_RC"
    for file in ./*; do
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/$file" ] || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE_RC/$file" "$DIR_LOCAL_RC/$file"
    done
    popd
   
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/splash.bmp" ]     || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/splash.bmp"     "$DIR_LOCAL/splash.bmp"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux" ] || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/Contents/Linux" "$DIR_LOCAL/Contents/Linux"
    [ -f "$DIR_LOCAL/locale" ]         || ln -s "$DIR_SHARE/locale"         "$DIR_LOCAL/locale"
}

cleanup() {
    read -p "Do you really want to remove your $DIR_LOCAL directory ? (y/N)" -n 1 -r
    if [[ $REPLY =~ ^[Yy]$ ]]; then
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
    else
        exit 1
    fi
}

if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
    pre-launch
    launch
fi

while getopts "hcfp" opt;
do
    case "$opt" in
    h)
        usage
        exit 0
        ;;
    c)
        cleanup
        exit 0
        ;;
    f)
        cleanup
        pre-launch
        launch
        ;;
    p)
        DIR_LOCAL="/tmp/.drgeo"
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
        pre-launch
        launch
        rm -Rf "$DIR_LOCAL"
        ;;
    esac
done

========

2014-09-29 10:22 GMT+02:00 Thomas Etcheverria <[hidden email]>:
I haven't time to dig into this. I'll post any updates as soon as I can.

2014-09-28 19:16 GMT+02:00 Hliaire Fernandes [via Dr. Geo Forum] <[hidden email]>:

I am curious, have you made any progress?

Hilaire


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